First the personal computer took a hold on our working lives, then the laptop made things somewhat easier, and next the mobile phone gave us communication on the move, making business flexible and manageable. Now, as we approach the second decade of the 21st century, it is PDA smartphones that are changing the way we plan our days, and with great and notable benefits.
PDA phones are among the modern most useful instruments in the modern business world; typified by the now legendary Blackberry models, the basis of a PDA device – personal digital assistant – is that it can be used to organize your day and keep you up to date with what is going on back at the office and online. Email and internet access are requirements and standards, and address book and diary functions abound.
Blackberry are not the only makers of smartphone mobile, however, as the other major mobile manufacturers have seen the scope of the market and pitched in with their own models: notable among these are Nokia, who are becoming quite adept at manufacturing and providing PDA smartphones that are very capable indeed.
Having one of these handy devices is akin to having a secretary while on the road – a very useful resource indeed.